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Markus Hesse

Markus Hesse

Professeur

Discipline(s) Human geography & demography
Sujets de recherche Human Geography, Spatial Planning
Faculté ou Centre Faculté des Lettres, des Sciences Humaines, des Arts et des Sciences de l'Education
Unité de recherche IPSE
Adresse postale Université du Luxembourg
Maison des Sciences Humaines
11, Porte des Sciences
L-4366 Esch-sur-Alzette
Bureau sur le campus MSH, E02 15-070
E-mail
Téléphone (+352) 46 66 44 9627
Réseaux sociaux & blogs
Langues parlées English, French, German, Portuguese
Séjours de recherche en United States

Professor of urban studies

With an academic background in urban and economic geography and spatial planning, my research interests so far have been clustered in, or combine, three different scientific angles: cities and regions, economic networks and flows, and metropolitan governance, policy and planning. In this context, I studied subjects as variegated as suburban lifecycles, enclave economic spaces, the spatialisation of logistics in hubs or gateways, and policies pursuing sustainable spatial development. One thread that has been on the agenda for some time now is the relationship between spaces (cities) and flows (people, commodities, money, ideas) – as approached in material, conceptual and also in more metaphorical terms.

More recently, this research trajectory became expanded and further developed into three different directions:

Firstly, I study the myth of urban ontology and epistemology, such as in the case of the ‘metropolitan’ upgrading of city regions, with the current hype of so-called megaregions, as well as with the use of density as a persistent planning paradigm. Secondly, the communicative construction of space has raised my interest, with respect to political projects such as ‘urban renaissance’, boosterism and ‘policy boosterism’ in regional development, or concerning how globalisation is being perceived at the urban level. Thirdly, policy and planning are being explored, particularly given the need to overcome the old, technocratic planning ideal and to seek new ground with urban experiments, communities of practice and the like.

Issues that I started to explore recently include i) an understanding of cities asrelational, subject of a comparative study of the internationalization and political economy of cities such as Luxembourg, Geneva (Switzerland) and Singapore (the GLOBAL-project); ii) a study of the science-policy interface in geography and planning, which sheds some critical light on the promises and limits of co-production among various actors; and iii) the application of an evolutionary understanding of urban areas (such as suburbs), in order to better understand trajectories of change and related ideas for development.

A series of small commentaries that I was invited to publish in the 2015-volume of disP – The Planning Reviewincluded issues such as ‘The NewishCity’, ‘The Science-Policy Interface’, ‘Transdisciplinarity’ and ‘Language’. These commentaries can be read as somehow summarizing my style of thought. See http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/rdsp20.

In terms of methods and methodology, both standardised and particularly non-standardised research methods are applied in my work, where expert interviews, focus groups and discourse analyses (in the Foucaultian tradition) have played an important role. I am also concerned with communicative practices in research (e.g. discourses) and academia (e.g. speaking to an audience, writing), and with language as a catalyst for international communities to emerge, and as a primer of competition. Both have a major impact on research and practice.

 

City life at Washington Square, San Francisco, the Transamerica building in the background, some time in the mid-1990s; source: own

Recent developments on our activities can be found on the related subsections of this page. Current news are also posted on our SUSTAIN_GOV-project blog: http://sustaingov.blogspot.de/ This project had a certain focus, most notably urban-regional governance issues in Switzerland and Luxemburg, yet related challenges of place, space and governance tend to emerge in many other areas as well, so some of these news and issues may appear on the blog as well, if applicable.

Last updated on: jeudi, 20 octobre 2016

Current Position

  • Since 1 July 2008: Professor of Urban Studies at the University of Luxembourg

Education

  • 1978: Abitur, High School Laurentianum, Arnsberg/Westfalen
  • 1978-1979: Study of Economics and Social Sciences, University of Dortmund
  • 1979-1985: Study of Geography, Westfälische Wilhelms-University Münster

Degrees

  • 03.06.1985: Diploma in Geography, University of Münster
  • 14.10.1997: Dr. rer. pol. (Ph.D) in Spatial Planning, University of Dortmund /Faculty of Spatial Planning: ‘Commercial transport, urban development and political regulation’ (Summa cum laude)
  • 11.02.2004: Post-Doc (Habilitation) in Human Geography, Freie Universität Berlin/Faculty of Geosciences; Scientific report: ‘Freight transport and logistics in the process of urbanization’
  • 18.02.2004: Venia legendi ‘Human Geography’, Freie Universität Berlin/Faculty of Geosciences

Professional Experience

  • 1985: Free Lance Researcher at ‘Ecology and Planning’/ Grohs and Preißmann Landscape Architects, Essen
  • 1/1986-9/1987: Civil Service at the State Office for the Environment North Rhine-Westfalia, Düsseldorf
  • 1987/88-1998: Researcher/Senior Researcher at the Institute for Ecological Economy Research (IÖW), Berlin
  • 1998-99/2003-04: Senior Researcher at the IRS/Leibniz-Institute for Regional Development and Structural Planning, Erkner near Berlin
  • 2000-2003: Postdoctoral research at the Freie Universität Berlin, Institute for Geographical Sciences, funded by the German Research Organisation (DFG)
  • 2001: Visiting Scholar at the University of California at Berkeley, Institute of Transportation Studies (ITS)/UC Transportation-Center
  • 2004-2008: Private Lecturer and Assistant Professor (C2) at the Freie Universität Berlin, Institute for Geographical Sciences

Memberships

  • Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of “The Federal Institute for Research on Building, Urban Affairs and Spatial Development (BBSR)”, 2010-2012
  • Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the ILS – Research Institute for Regional and Urban Development, Dortmund
  • Board Member of “The Benelux Interuniversity Association of Transport Researchers (BIVEC-GIBET)”
  • Regular member of the German Academy of Spatial Research and Planning (ARL); also appointed member of the ARL-‘Grundsatzkommission’
  • Association of Geographers at German Universities (VDGH); German Society for Geography (DGfG), working groups on Urban Geography, North America, Transport Geography; Association of American Geographers (AAG); Royal Geographic Society/Institute of British Geographers (RGS/IBG); Commission „Monitoring Cities of Tomorrow” of the International Geographical Union (IGU); Gesellschaft für Stadtgeschichte und Urbanisierungsforschung (GSU); Gesellschaft für Regionalforschung (GfR)/Regional Science Association (RSA); Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Berlin (GfE); Association of Ecological Economics Research (VÖW); “The Cosmobilities Network”, Munich/Lancaster

Editorial Functions

  • Editor of the book series “Transport and Mobility” with Ashgate Publishers, Aldershot/UK
  • Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of “Transport Geography”
  • Member of the Editorial Board of 'European Spatial Research and Policy'
  • Co-Editor of the book series “Mobilität und Gesellschaft”, LIT-publishers, Hamburg/Münster

Referee

Annals of the Association of American Geographers (AAG); Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society; Die Erde; Environment and Planning A; Economic Geography; Geographica Helvetica; Geographische Zeitschrift (GZ); Geojournal; Growth & Change; International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (IJURR); Journal of Economic and Social Geography (TESG); Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning; Journal of Urbanism; Journal of Transport Geography; Journal of Transport History; Maritime Policy & Management; Professional Geographer; Raumforschung und Raumordnung (RuR); Regional Studies; Research in Transportation Business & Management; Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft; Sustainability; Transport Policy; Transport Reviews; Urban Geography; Urban Studies; Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie

 

Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic

DAAD, Germany

DFG, Germany

Hans-Böckler-Foundation, Germany

National Geographic Society, U.S.A.



Last updated on: 18 sept 2013

1) “GLOBAL: Relational cities and enclave urbanism in the 'Singapores of the West'. How niche-sovereignty strategies and political economy help minor metropolises to globalise. The cases of Geneva (CH) and Luxembourg (L)”

This project is funded by the Fonds National de la Recherche (FNR), Luxembourg, and commenced in May 2016. GLOBAL complements previous research undertaken in the domains of sustainable development in general and regional governance in particular (see the research projects SUSTAINLUX and SUSTAIN_GOV), and it adds to our research trajectory on the link between city-regions and flows. These flows include not only material flows, but also the circulation of money or political ideas, and it specifically aims to link concepts of relational cities with a new understanding of how urban space is organised and governed.

The project addresses three main issues. First, the research deals with the increasing degree of global integration of local places, an integration that is not related to their economic or population size but which is an outcome of their specialisation and the politics of niche-sovereignty. This will be done by drawing on the idea of relational cities and the example of three cities: Luxembourg, Geneva and Singapore. Second, the project emphasises the urban-regional implications of the integration of these cities into global processes, with particular attention being paid to the emergence of specialised locales that are rather distinct and, in locational terms, separated from others. Here, it is the concept of enclave urbanism that will be mobilised to frame the development and implications of actually existing enclaves in the three relational cities investigated. And third, the project will interrogate the links between the macro-scale notion of the relational city and the meso-level concept of enclave urbanism by exploring how both of these imply similar governance attitudes and practices. This is being done by juxtaposing the traditions, beliefs and dilemmas of the key actors involved in both the original development of the case study cities as relational and of those responsible for the generation of enclave urbanism.

By investigating three enclave spaces in each of the three relational cities, the project will both strengthen the central concepts, develop a theoretical link between them on the basis of governance practices and generate insights on the three cities and their urban systems. In so doing, it will also contribute to detect both the “other” in globalisation, which is its local or regional imprint, and also the processes and dynamics that are going on “out there”, and study the manifold forms in which these two are linked together.

Principal investigator: Prof. Dr. Markus Hesse (markus.hesse@uni.lu); Post-doc research collaborator: Dr. Catherine Wong (catherine.wong@uni.lu)

2) “Contemporary Suburbs – from ‘slum speak’ to life-cycle approaches” 

The research deals with spatial inequality, growth and decline in the case of suburban areas, in the first instance in the U.S., but also in Western Europe. Starting point was the observation that a substantial proportion of older, inner-ring suburbs in North American metropolitan areas now suffer from degradation and decay, as inner cities did before. Given most recent developments on the real estate market, even newer sub- and exurban areas have experienced abrupt decline, due to imploding “subprime” mortgages and the effects of related foreclosures. Against this background, my research explored the Stockton Metropolitan Area in Northern California as a case study. (Stockton was one of the places most severely hit by the credit crunch nationwide and reveals both structural adaptation and more acute, abrupt changes). The findings of the case study are discussed in the context of cycles of urban change and the need for regenerating suburban areas as a core component of the North American city. A scientific paper had been published in the Geographische Zeitschrift (GZ) 99, 2008 (effectively appeared in 2010).

A related extension of the project was undertaken in order to explore Western European, notably German cases facing comparable problems due to life-cycle changes – while being aware that they are considered completely different in terms of socioeconomic framework conditions, urban setting and governance or regulation. The project was commissioned by the Federal Research Institute of Building, Urban and Spatial Research (BBSR), Bonn, and jointly conducted with Professor Christa Reicher from the Technical University of Dortmund and her staff members. The full report was published online on behalf of the BBSR and also as a book by Asso-Publishers, Oberhausen, Germany. A recent summary of the findings appeared in German in the paper “Suburbia – quo vadis”, co-authored by M. Hesse, I. Mecklenbrauck, J. Polivka and C. Reicher, inInformationen zur Raumentwicklung3.2016, pp. 533-545.

3) “Observatoire  Belval” (emerging, see more information HERE , German readers see HERE )

4) Book “Cities, regions and flows” (Peter V. Hall/Markus Hesse, eds., Routledge Publishers, Oxford 2012)

Urban regions have always been significant nodes for organizing the exchange of goods, services and information. Cities have also acted as gateways for providing commodities and services to more distant hinterlands. However, the ability of cities to concentrate services and facilities – once a key factor of urbanization – has been subject to change. This is, first, a consequence of the shift from a rather place-bound economic system towards a strongly flow-oriented network economy, which evolved against the background of new technologies and globalization. Second, increasingly diversified patterns of urbanization have contributed to the emergence of metropolitan city-regions and also to a repositioning of cities in the urban system. Operating at both the inter- and intra-urban scales, together these changes suggest that the heightened flows act both as integrative and disintegrative forces shaping cities. Driving and responding to such changes, new logistics concepts and practices have been developed, connecting the interrelated but often dispersed locales of production and consumption.

Yet the fundamental role of physical flows, networks and chains in city-formation has long been overlooked by researchers. More recently, interest in these issues has increased, emphasising port development, linkages between world cities and air travel, and the changing geographies of freight distribution. This literature too emphasises the twin processes of integration and disintegration that result from goods movement within and through urban space. “Cities, regions and flows” ties these debates together in a single volume and presents a theoretical framework for understanding the changing relationship between places and movement, and thoughtfully prepared case studies from different continents on how cities manage to become part of value chains and how they ensure accessibility in an increasingly contested policy environment. Moreover, it will be discussed how urban policies attempt to solve related conflicts in terms of infrastructure provision, land use, local labour markets and environmental sustainability.

Book link                     Book review links

5) Focal firms and grand coalitions as global city makers: globalisation vs. new localism in Hamburg’s maritime network

Port cities and port institutions are traditionally viewed as core agents of globalization. In this respect, the case of Hamburg, Germany, is characterized by a strong sense of local players for global issues, trying to generate local benefits as much as possible. However, related policies have come under increasing pressure of global competition. Maritime services tend to be increasingly fluid, de-coupling their traditional links to the mainport. As a paradigmatic case in this respect, the “Albert Ballin Konsortium” is being investigated further. The Konsortium was founded by the city, banks, insurances and private investors in 2008, in order to ensure local stakes in theHapag-Lloydshipping line and to avoid its takeover by a global competitor. For this purpose, the city invested more than €1bn Euros of public money in 2008 and 2012, claiming that the shipping line would be essential for Hamburg’s maritime cluster and thus require local control. Such attempts however appear rather limited, given the overarching topology of the maritime services networks. Against this background the research discusses local frames of globalization and the extent and legitimacy of state intervention.

This research adds to my participation in the OECD’s Port-Cities Programme and evolved from the case study on port and city of Hamburg, Germany. A recent post on our blog provides interested readers with more information and also a link to the OECD-Programme and related documents.    



Last updated on: 24 oct 2016

As a consequence of the collaboration between the university and regional partners (in particular the city of Luxembourg), problems and research questions related to spatial development in Luxembourg, the Grand Duchy and the Greater Region play a certain role in the profile of the chair of urban studies. Close cooperation exists with the City-Management  and the Service de l'urbanisme  of VdL, as well as with the Ministry for Sustainable Development and Infrastructures of the Grand Duchy , particularly the Directorate for Spatial Planning (DATer). The cities of Luxembourg, Esch-sur-Alzette and the Nordstad, altogether with the Ministries of Economics, Housing, and Sustainable Development, also co-finance the National Information Unit for Urban Policy ( Cellule nationale d’Information pour la Politique Urbaine – CIPU),  established in 2008. More information on CIPU is available on the web: www.cipu.lu .

Current research projects and activities in the regional or national realm are focussing on the housing market and housing policies, the issue of identity in spatial regards, and also the ongoing development of UL’s new campus in Belval, particularly the significance of the coming Cité des Sciences  for regional development.

South-western leg of the Kirchberg area in Luxembourg, July 2009, in its urban setting – not only a dense employment cluster and a place of remarkable architecture, but also a case of robust (or, if you want, rigid) state planning; source: own.

Involvement in Luxembourgish planning processes include participation in the following recent events:

  • International jury for the urban redevelopment “Op de Schmelz”, Dudelange (Fonds du Logement)
  • ‘Jessica’ urban development funds for the Nordstad (European Investment Bank)
  • Expert group for “Midfield”, Luxembourg/Hesperange (DATer)
  • Mid-term evaluation “Cité des Sciences”, Belval (Fonds Belval)

On the territories of the municipalities of Esch-sur-Alzette and Sanem in the south of Luxembourg, right at the French border, the new campus of the UL is going to be developed. The place of the new campus in Belval is a former industrial site once used by Arbed, the Luxembourg steel group founded in 1911 (which is now part of ArcelorMittal ). By the end of the 1990s, a surface area of 120 hectares was opened up for new development purposes. Based on a masterplan sketched by Jo Coenen Architects, Maastricht, the developer Agora  and the public Fonds   Belval  are now realizing the new urban quarter, comprising office and retail buildings (of which the red, landmark Dexia -building and the Belval-Plaza shopping mall are already in use), apartment houses and also the 25 hectares large Cité des Sciences , the future research campus for UL and other non-university research institutions. It is expected that about 7,000 students and 3,000 teachers and researcher will once occupy the Cité des Sciences .

Given the tremendous importance of this project, with its amount of investment – about 1 billion Euros – easily meeting the scale of a large urban project, the Geography and Spatial Planning Research Centre of the UL proposed to establish a “ Belval Observatory  / Observatoire Belval ” – a both virtual and material platform for tracing the progress of the new research campus and, particularly, the ways it is becoming reality: in terms of campus life, integration into the urban area, estimating regional impact. Our aim is not only to track empirical evidence of the development and, in particular, the urban and regional significance of Belval. Moreover, the Belval Observatory  is also thought of as a laboratory that provides for knowledge from other cases of science cities, research parks, university towns etc., in order to develop a research framework on how knowledge is being placed on urban territory.

The development site of Belval as of June 2010, with the Dexia-building (left) and Belval Plaza (right) in the foreground, the still operating ArcelorMittal-steel plant in the centre and the city of Esch-sur-Alzette in the back. The railway-line at the right, that is, southern margin follows the Luxembourgish-French border (source: Courtesy of Le Fonds Belval/Rol Schleich)



Last updated on: 20 août 2015

Teaching Materials

 

PhD Supervision

  • Evan McDonough: ‘Global flows, local conflicts and the challenge of urban governance: Managing the city-airport interface in London, UK’ (UL, funded by UL), project commenced in January 2014.
  • Nathalie Christmann: ‘Residential migration of Luxembourgish citizens within the Greater Region – An inter-urban discourse analysis’ (UL, funded by FNR/AFR), project commenced in October 2013.
  • Annick Leick: ‘Large-scale urban projects in Luxembourg’ (UL, funded by FNR/AFR), project commenced in March 2012, to be finished by Feb 2016.
  • Kerstin Schenkel: "Politische Partizipation in der sozialen Stadt" (AFR, FNR)Benjamin Otto: "Einfluss von Bodenmarkt und Raumplanung auf Zwischennutzung"
  • Jutta Deffner, Dipl.-Ing.: ‘Was beeinflusst Zufußgehen und Fahrradfahren in der Stadt? Stile nicht-motorisierter Mobilität auf Basis bewohnerzentrierter Untersuchungen in ausgewählten Berliner Stadtquartieren’. Technical University Dortmund/Freie Universität Berlin (finished 2008)
  • Anke Ruckes, Dipl.-Ing.: ‘Potenziale und Restriktionen für eine gewerbliche Folgenutzung von innerstädtischen Verfügungsflächen - am Beispiel von Logistikunternehmen in Berlin’. Freie Universität/Humboldt-University Berlin (ongoing)
  • Betka Zakirova, Dipl.-Geogr.: ‘Shrinkage at the urban fringe: Case studies in the Berlin-Brandenburg Metropolitan Region’. Freie Universität/Humboldt-University Berlin (finished 4/2010)

The last four PhD-theses have emerged out of the Graduate Study Programme (Graduiertenkolleg) 780 - ‘Urban Ecology’, co-ordinated at the Geographical Institute of Humboldt-University, Berlin, and funded by the German Research Organisation (DFG), 2002-2011.

 

External PhD-examiner

  • Eloïse Libourel: « Le corridor ferroviaire méditerranéen », at the University of Paris-Est, Ecole Doctorale VTT – Villes, transport, territoires (defended in November 2015)
  • Jan Polivka: ‘Lifecycles in mature suburban areas’, Technical University of Dortmund, Faculty of Spatial Planning (defense in April 2015);
  • Mina Akhavan: ‘Port development and port-city interface. The case of Dubai Hub-Port City’, Politecnico University of Milan, Dept. of Architecture & Urban Studies (defense in March 2015);
  • Kostas Antonopoulos: ‘Port-city globalisation and the maritime-territory nexus: A case study of Piraeus/Athens’, University of Manchester, UK, School of Geography & Environment (viva July 2013);
  • Roland Busch: ‘Die räumliche Verteilung und raumstrukturelle Entwicklung von Logistikimmobilienstandorten in Deutschland’, Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Germany, FG Ökonomie des Planens & Bauens (defended in April 2013);
  • Jason Monios: ‘A case study analysis of the role of intermodal transport in port regionalization’, Edinburgh Napier University, UK (viva in February 2013). 

Furthermore, about 50 students have been supervised over the last 5-8 years in writing their Diploma, B.Sc.- and teachers examination-thesis, situated in a broad range of issues in urban, economic, transport, social and cultural geography. More recently, M.Sc.-thesis in Metropolitan Studies are under preparation, focussing on issues such as regional economic development in comparative perspective or attitudes and practices of the global mobile elite.



Last updated on: 24 oct 2016

Selected Conference Papers

  • ‘Suburbaner Raum im Lebenszyklus’, at the 2015 German Congress for Geography, on 2nd October in Berlin, Germany
  • ‘The science-policy interface of geography & spatial planning: State power and the limits to co-production’, at the 2015 Annual Conference of the Urban Commission of the International Geographical Union (IGU), on 11th August in Dublin, Ireland
  • ‘L’Observatoire Belval – Saisir la dimension urbaine et régionale de la Cité des Sciences à Esch/Belval’, intervention at the Seminar ‘Les indicateurs territoriaux de développement durable en débats’, on 3rd June in Villerupt, Lorraine, France
  • ‘Digital vs. urban logics of production: Value creation, disruption and dislocation in the Internet age’, paper contribution to the session ‘Global perspectives on (re-)theorizing the urban through modes of production’, at the 2015 Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), on 23rd April in Chicago, Illinois, USA
  • Invited speaker in the Authors-meet-critics panel “Suburban Governance – A Global View” (Hamel/Keil), at the 2015 Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), on 22nd April in Chicago, Illinois, USA
  • ‘Leitbilder der Raumentwicklung – Positionen des Ad-hoc Arbeitskreises der ARL’. At the 2014 ‘Conference on Regional Planning’ of the ARL at the University of Würzburg, on 25th September 2014 in Würzburg, Germany
  • ‘Governing the global in urban networks: beliefs, traditions and dilemmas of agency in globalisation processes and discourses’. Invited Keynote at the ARL/GaWC-International Summer School ‘Global Urban Networks’, on 3rd September 2014 at Loughborough University, Loughborough, UK
  • ‘Co-production at the science-policy interface of geography and planning: fruitful, delicate, contested? Observations from Luxembourg and Germany.’ At the 2014 Annual Conference of the Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers (Session 2 – ‘Mobilising Expert Knowledge in Sustainability Research’), on 29th August 2014, London, UK
  • ‘Focal firms and grand coalitions as global city makers: globalisation vs. new localism in Hamburg’s maritime network.’ Invited keynote at the International Workshop ‘The Future of Global Hub-Port Development’, on 6th June 2014 at Milan Politecnico, Milan, Italy
  • ‘Wachstum, Innovation, Metropolregion – ein epistemologischer Turn in der Raumordnungspolitik (1993-2006ff)?’ At the Scientific Conference ‘Räumliche Planung und Forschung nach 1945 – zwischen Technokratie und Demokratie’ of the Academy for Spatial Research and Planning (ARL), at the University of Bonn, on 4th April 2014 in Bonn, Germany
  • ‘Enclave urbanism, multiple mobilities and blended scales: The emergence of enclave economic spaces in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.’ At the International Seminar ‘Living in Enclave Cities’ at Utrecht University, on 22nd March 2014 in Utrecht, The Netherlands
  • ‘Suburbaner Raum im Lebenszyklus. Ein Bericht aus der Forschungspraxis.’ At the SURF-Colloquium ‘Neue Suburbanisierungsforschung’ of the Technical University of Dortmund, Faculty of Spatial Planning, on 24th January 2014 in Dortmund, Germany
  • 'The mental infrastructures of airport-urban development', invited paper at the ‘Airport Landscape-Conference’ of the Graduate School of Design (GSD) at Harvard University, in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on the 15th November 2013
  • 'Focal firms and grand coalitions as global city makers: globalisation vs. new localism in Hamburg’s maritime network'. Paper in FS54 - “Global City Makers: Economic players in the World-City Network” – of the 2013 Geographentag, on 6th October 2013, in Passau, Germany
  • 'Reflexivität in Humangeographie und Raumplanung: das science-policyinterface'. Paperin FS 110 - „Die Rolle der Reflexivität in der geographischen Arbeit“- of the 2013 Geographentag, on 4th October 2013, in Passau, Germany
  • ‘Mega-urban regions – Epistemology, discourse patterns, big urban business’, at the 2013 Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, 12th April 2013 in Los Angeles, California
  • ‘Luxembourg – on borrowed size and flawed urbanization’, at the 6th Conference “Champions League: Regional and urban development” within the 2013-Conference Cycle “Luxembourg: where we came from; where we are; where lies our possible future?”, of the Sacred Heart University, Luxembourg, 14th March 2013 in Luxembourg
  • 'International Hubs as a Factor of Local Development: The Example of Luxembourg'. At the 4th Halle Forum on Urban Economic Growth, 29th /30th November 2012, Halle/Saale
  • 'Regionalisation processes as practices of borderisation'. At the CEPS-Conference ‘Unpacking cross-border governance’, 6-7 Sep 2012, Luxembourg
  • ‘The constant flow of the urban ideal. Re-constructing the city through transatlantic policy discourses and policy mobilities’, at the 2012 CADAAD-Conference, 5th July 2012 at the University of Minho, in Braga, Portugal (jointly with Rob Krueger, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Massachusetts/USA)
  • Welcome to ‘Foreclosureville’. Credit crunch and the search for resilient suburbs – a case study of Northern California, USA, at the 2010 Annual Conference of the RGS/IBG, 2 Sep 2010 in London
  • „Neue Attraktivität: und wenn ja, wie viele?“ Input at the project workshop on „A New Attractiveness of Cities?“, organized by the BBSR, 7th July in Bonn (more HERE)
  • "Reurbanisation: framing and shaping the city through urban discourses", at the International Conference “Towards a communicative construction of spaces”, Erkner near Berlin, 29 May 2010
  • "German city regions: urban, not necessarily metropolitan. A critical commentary on the political construction of metropolitan regions", at the 2010 AAG Annual Conference, Washington D.C., 14 April 2010
  • "Der Binnenhafen als Gewerbestandort: Arbeitsmarkt vs. Stadtverträglichkeit", at the Binnen_Land-conference "Wie gehen die Städte mit ihren Häfen um"?, Berlin, 25 February 2010
  •  „Metropolitan Peripheries in Germany: the empirical evidence”. Symposium „Metropolitan Peripheries in Germany and Japan“ of the Japanese-German-Centre, Tokyo, 28 October 2009
  • „Suburbs – the next Slum? Ungleiche Entwicklungsdynamik und Regenerierungspotenzial im Lebenszyklus suburbaner Räume Nordamerikas“, at the Deutscher Geographentag 2009, 21 September 2009 in Vienna, Austria
  • „Zur Governance der Creative Industries“, co-authored with Bastian Lange, at the Deutscher Geographentag 2009, 20 September 2009 in Vienna, Austria
  • “Re-theorizing urban geography: a transnational playing field for social and cultural geographies?”, at the 2009 Annual Conference of RGS-IBG, 28 August 2009 in Manchester, UK
  • “The Luxembourg air-freight hub: market niche development, supply chain-insertion, global positionality”, at the International Colloquium ‘From Airport City to Airport Region?’ at the University of Karlsruhe, 10 July 2009
  • „Luxemburg: Mikrometropole im globalen Netzwerk der flows“, at the 10th Symposium on Economic Geography in Rauischholzhausen, 24 April 2009
  • „A micro-metropolis in the global network of flows: the case of Luxembourg and airfreight”, at the 2008 Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), 23 March 2009 in Las Vegas (Nevada)
  • „The spatial rationale and structure of gateway regions, ports and inland terminals”, at the „Deltatag 2009“ of the RSD Rhein-Schelde-Delta, 8 December 2008 in Antwerp, The Netherlands
  • „Suburbs – the next slum? Explorations into the contested terrain of social construction and political discourse”, at the Conference „Revisiting the 'Urban' and the 'Rural': Spatial Representations and Practices”, 5 December 2008, University of Luxembourg
  • „Raum und Zeit: neue Muster des aktionsräumlichen Handelns“, at the Conference „e-motion 2008“, 21 October 2009 in Bonn
  • „Suburbs – the next slum?”, at the International Symposium „Shrinking Cities ff“, 17 October 2008 in Berlin
  • ‘Cities, flows and the geography of spatial interaction. A typology of urban places’. At the 104th Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), 18.4.2008 in Boston, Massachusetts
  • ‘Logistikregionen als strategischer Ansatz der regionalen Entwicklung‘. At the Colloquium of the Chair of Economic Geography and Regional Studies of the University of Bayreuth, 15.1.2008 in Bayreuth
  • ‘Feuer als Faktor der Regionalentwicklung. Waldbrandereignisse und gesellschaftlicher Diskurs: das Beispiel Galicien, Spanien’. At the Bi-annual Conference of the German Society of Geographers (Deutscher Geographentag), FS 12 – Geographische Waldbrandforschung, 2.10.2007 in Bayreuth
  • ‘Alltagsort, Transitraum, Drehscheibe. Die Stadtregion in der Welt der flows’. At the Centennial Symposium ‘Lebensraum Stadtregion’ of Deutscher Werkbund, 29.6.2007 in Frankfurt/Main
  • ‘The physical geography of the network city: infrastructural dimensions’. Co-paper with Prof. Dr. Martin Wachs (Rand, Santa Monica), in the paper series ‘The Network City’ of the Center for Metropolitan Studies (CMS), TU Berlin, 8.5.2007 in Berlin
  • ‘Logistik in Unternehmensnetzen und Wertschöpfungsketten: ein missing link der Wirtschaftsgeographie‘. At the 9th Symposium of Economic Geography, 28.4.2007 in Rauischholzhausen
  • ‘Shrinking cities, demografic change, and the politics of urbanization. A discourse analysis’. At the 103rd Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), 21.4.2007 in San Francisco, California
  • ‘Zum Verhältnis von Stadt und Warenwirtschaft – eine kritische Reflektion aus Sicht von Stadtökonomie und Stadtplanung‘. At the Conference ‘Logistics and Urban Planning’ at the University of Dortmund, 13.9.2006 in Dortmund
  •  ‘Schrumpfende oder atmende Stadt? Überlegungen zur Einordnung von Schrumpfungsprozessen in die Urbanisierung’. At the Annual Conference of the Institute for Comparative Urban History (IStG gGmbH), 27.3.2006 in Münster
  • ‘Switzerland – An Urban Portrait’. Discussant on the ‘Author meets critics’-panel with Christian Schmid, at the 102nd Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), 9.3.2006 in Chicago, Illinois
  • ‘Gateway cities, hinterland and the network: re-conceptualizing flows and places in the post-industrial city’. At the 102nd Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), 9.3.2006 in Chicago, Illinois
  • ‘Reife, Stagnation oder Wende? Deutsche und internationale Perspektiven zu Suburbanisierung und Zwischenstadt’. Introduction to FS 1 at the 55th Conference of the German Society of Geographers (Deutscher Geographentag), 3.10.2005 in Trier
  • ‘Transformation of cities in view of comparative urban studies’. Discussant to Roger Keil, Workshop of the North America Working Group of the German Society of Geographers (DGfG), at the 55th Conference of the German Society of Geographers (Deutscher Geographentag), 6.10.2005 in Trier
  • ‘Selling the region as a hub: on the construction of space by creating logistics regions, dedicated to the distribution of goods’. At the Annual Conference of the RGS with IBG, 2.9.2005 in London
  • ‘Global chain, local pain, and the question of power: how to manage the regional implications of global production and distribution networks’. At the 101st Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), 7.4.2005 in Denver, Colorado
  • ‘Suburbanisierung, Postsuburbia, Schrumpfung: Gegenstand und Deutungsangebote der Stadtforschung’. At the Colloquium of the Institute for Regional and Urban Studies (ILS) of the State of North-Rhine Westphalia, 19.1.2005 in Dortmund
  •  ‘Logistics and freight transport policy in urban areas. A case study of Berlin-Brandenburg/Germany’. At the International Geographical Congress (IGC), 17.8.2004 in Glasgow
  • ‘Stadtleben - Citylife: How do lifestyles and spatial milieux explain urban mobility (daily, residential)’? At the annual meeting of the IGU-Commission ‘Monitoring Cities of Tomorrow’,11.8.2004 in Glasgow
  • ‘Handlung oder Raum? Die Rolle der Geographie in einer modernen Verkehrswissenschaft’. At the Colloquium of the Geographical Institute of the University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, 9.6.2004 in Erlangen
  • ‘Re-thinking distribution: bringing together the economic and transport geographies of logistics’. At the Centennial Conference of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), 18.3.2004 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • ‘The Transport Geography of Freight Distribution and Logistics – North American and Western European Perspectives’. At Focus Group 1-meeting (Globalisation, E-Economy and Trade) of the Transatlantic research network STELLA, 25.4.2003 in Brussels, with Jean-Paul Rodrigue, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York
  • Statement on the research field ‘Suburbia’, at the ‘Forum Bau und Raum’ of the Federal Office for Building and Regional Planning (BBR), 27.3.2003 in Berlin
  • ‘Land for logistics: locational dynamics, real estate markets and political regulation’. At the 99th Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, 5.3.2003 in New Orleans, Louisiana
  • ‘Geographies of Distribution’. At the 98th Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), 22.3.2002 in Los Angeles, California
  • ‘Investigating logistics and distribution in an urban context. Case studies from Northern California and Berlin/Brandenburg’. At the UC Transportation Center, UC California at Berkeley, 19.3.2002 in Berkeley, California
  • ‘Wohnmilieus, Lebensstile und räumliche Mobilität in ostdeutschen Stadtlandschaften‘. At the 53rd Conference of the German Society of Geographers (Deutscher Geographentag), 5.10.2001 in Leipzig
  • ‘The City as a Terminal – Freight transport as an indicator of urban and regional development’. At the annual meeting of the IGU-Commission ‘Monitoring Cities of Tomorrow’, 7.8.2001 in Calgary, Canada
  • ‘Warenwirtschaft, technologische Innovationen und Raumentwicklung. Logistik und (Sub-) Urbanisierung im transatlantischen Vergleich’. At the annual meeting of the North America Working Group of the German Society of Geographers (DGfG), 1.12.2000 in Bonn
  • ‘Städte im Binnenland – vom Marktplatz und Zentrum des Warenumschlags zum logistischen Satelliten?‘. At the 52nd Conference of the German Society of Geographers (Deutscher Geographentag), 5.10.1999 in Hamburg (Leitthema B: Weltwirtschaft, Mobilität und Hafenstädte, Sitzung 1: Welthandel, Verkehrswirtschaft und neue Technologien)
  • ‘Freight transport and logistics in city regions: driving forces for counter-urbanization? Investigations on the modern urban landscape’. At the ‘SCAST-Conference on Social Change and Sustainable Transport’, funded by the European Science Foundation (ESF), 4.3.1999 in Berkeley, California
  • ‘Sustainable mobility - aims, methods, strategies’. At the International Conference ‘Urban Ecology’ of the Umweltforschungszentrum Leipzig-Halle (UFZ), 26.06.1997 in Leipzig
  • ‘From city-logistics to urban logistics’. At the Conference ‘City-Logistics’ of the Association Suisse pour Logistique (SGL/ASL), 6.05.1996 in Basel (CH)
  • ‘Environmental research in Germany’. At the International Conference ‘Think-Tanks in Germany and the USA’, University of Pennsylvania, 16.11.1993 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • ‘A regional freight-traffic round table’. At the International Conference ‘Shaping Cities’ of the European Business Ethics Network (EBEN '92), 15.10.1992 in Paris
  • ‘Regionale Konzepte nachhaltiger Entwicklung am Beispiel von zwei Regionen in Ost und West‘. At the Conference ‘Nachhaltiges Wirtschaften - aber wie?’ of the ‘Global Challenges Network’ (GCN), 04./05.02.1992 in Tutzing



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in DISP Dokumente und Informationen zur Schweizerischen Orts-, Regional- und Landesplanung (2015)

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in DISP Dokumente und Informationen zur Schweizerischen Orts-, Regional- und Landesplanung (2013), 49(1), 14-28

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in Journal of Transport Geography (2013), 29

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in Kommune (2012), 30(6), 210-14

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in Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie (2010), 54(3-4), 166-179

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in D.I.S.P. Dokumente und Informationen zur Schweizerischen Orts-, Regional- und Landesplanung (2010), 181(2), 69-79

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in Die alte Stadt : Vierteljahreszeitschrift für Stadtgeschichte, Stadtsoziologie, Denkmalpflege und Stadtentwicklung (2010), (2), 123-134

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in D.I.S.P. Dokumente und Informationen zur Schweizerischen Orts-, Regional- und Landesplanung (2010), 180(1), 36-46

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in Informationen zur Raumentwicklung (2010), (5/6), 403-415

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in RaumPlanung (2010), 149

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in Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers (2010), 35(3), 305-312

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in Praxis Geographie (2009), (7-8), 62-65

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in Geographische Zeitschrift (2009), 95(3), 138-154

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in Raumforschung und Raumordnung (2008), 66(5), 415-428

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in Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie (2007), 51(2), 73-76

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in Deutsche Zeitschrift für Kommunalwissenschaften (2007), (II), 9-22

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in Kommune (2007), 25(2), 64-69

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in Deutsche Zeitschrift für Kommunalwissenschaften (2007), 46(II), 35-48

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in Growth and Change (2006), 32(4), 499-509

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in Verkehrszeichen : für Mobilität und Umwelt (2005), (1), 12-16

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in D.I.S.P. Dokumente und Informationen zur Schweizerischen Orts-, Regional- und Landesplanung (2005), 41(1), 16-22

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in Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie = Journal of Economic & Social Geography (2004), 95(2), 162-173

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in Kommune (2004), 22(5), 70-74

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in Journal of Transport Geography (2004), 12(2), 171-184

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in Berichte zur Raumforschung und Raumplanung (Vienna, Austria) (2002), (104), 236-240

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in Resources, Conservation & Recycling (2002), 36(3), 211-240

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in Raumforschung und Raumordnung (2002), (5-6), 345-355

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in Geographie und Schule : fachliche Grundlagen, Unterrichtspraxis Sekundarstufe 1 & 2 (2001), 23(134), 8-10

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in Kommune (2000), 18(8), 73-78

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in Kommune : Forum für Politik, Ökonomie, Kultur (1999), 17(12), 30-36

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in Geographische Zeitschrift (1999), 87(3-4), 223-237

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in Geographische Rundschau (1999), 51(10), 576-578

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in Raumforschung und Raumordnung (1998), (2/3), 125-135

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in Informationen zur Raumentwicklung (1998), 7/8

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in Politische Ökologie : die Reihe für Querdenker und Vordenkerinnen (1997), (52), 38-41

See detailUmweltmanagement. Neue Ansätze durch EG-Öko-Audit und DIN-ISO 14001.
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in Internationales Verkehrswesen (1996), 48(9), 39-44

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in Informationen zur Raumentwicklung (1996), (7/8), 417-436

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in DISP Dokumente und Informationen zur Schweizerischen Orts-, Regional- und Landesplanung (1995), (121), 19-24

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in Informationen zur Raumentwicklung (1993), (5/6), 339-350

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in Kommune - Forum für Politik, Ökonomie und Kultur (1993), 11(3), 41-45

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in Kommune - Forum für Politik, Ökonomie und Kultur (1992), 10(3), 52-54

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Comptes-rendus et recensions critiques d’ouvrages

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in DISP Dokumente und Informationen zur Schweizerischen Orts-, Regional- und Landesplanung (2016), 52(2), 82-83

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in Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie (2016), 60(1-2), 99-100

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in Journal of Transport Geography (2014), 34

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in Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie (2014), 58(1), 249-250

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in Urban Geography (2013), 34(6), 887-888

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in International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (2013), 37(2), 822-23

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in Hemecht : Zeitschrift für Luxemburger Geschichte = Revue d'Histoire Luxembourgeoise (2013), 65(3), 368-370

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in Geographische Zeitschrift (2013), 100(2), 121-122

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in Area (2011), 43(1), 115-16

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in Erde : Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Berlin (2011), 142(3), 317-19

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in Urban Geography (2010), 13(7), 1006-8

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in Urban Studies (2009), 46(9), 2012-14

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in Growth and Change (2008), 39(3), 534-6

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in DISP Dokumente und Informationen zur Schweizerischen Orts-, Regional- und Landesplanung (2008), 173(2), 74-77

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in Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftsgeographie (2007), 51(2), 141-42

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in RaumPlanung (2007), (130), 45-46

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in International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (2007), 31(2), 496-98

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in Geographische Zeitschrift (2007), 94(2), 118-20

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in Raumforschung und Raumordnung (2007), 65(4), 370-71

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in Economic Geography (2006), 82(4), 457-59

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in Raumforschung und Raumordnung (2006), 64(5), 430-31

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in Journal of Transport Geography (2006), 14

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in RaumPlanung (2006), (126/127), 168-69

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in Erde : Zeitschrift der Gesellschaft für Erdkunde zu Berlin (2005), 136(1), 36-37

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Ouvrages publiés en tant qu'auteur, traducteur, etc.

See detailVerkehrsgeographie
Nuhn, Helmut; Hesse, Markus

Book published by Schöningh (UTB) (2006)

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Ouvrages collectifs publiés en tant qu'éditeur scientifique ou directeur

See detailSpaces and Identities in Border Regions. Politics – Media – Subjects
Wille, Christian; Reckinger, Rachel; Kmec, Sonja; Hesse, Markus

Book published by transcript (2016)

See detailRäume und Identitäten in Grenzregionen. Politiken – Medien – Subjekte
Wille, Christian; Reckinger, Rachel; Kmec, Sonja; Hesse, Markus

Book published by transcript (2014)

See detailCities, Regions and Flows
Hall, Peter, V.; Hesse, Markus

Book published by Routledge (2013)

See detailProceedings of the BIVEC-GIBET Transport Research Days 2013
Hesse, Markus; Caruso, Geoffrey; Gerber, Philippe; Viti, Francesco

Book published by University Press (2013)

See detailStadtLeben - Wohnen, Mobilität und Lebensstil. Neue Perspektiven für Raum- und Verkehrsentwicklung.
Beckmann, Klaus J.; Hesse, Markus; HOLZ-RAU, Christian; Hunecke, Marcel

Book published by VS-Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften (2006)

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See detailTracing the place of home. The specificities, policies and dilemmas of Luxembourg’s housing sector
Christmann, Nathalie; Hesse, Markus; Schulz, Christian

in Ballini, Claude; Ecker, Serge; Grünkranz, Daniel; Panotopoulou, Panajota (Eds.) Tracing Transitions (2017)

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See detail“Luxembourg is the Singapore of the West” – Looking Ahead
Hesse, Markus

in Reckinger, Rachel; Wille, Christian; Kmec, Sonja; Hesse, Markus (Eds.) Spaces and Identities in Border Regions. Politics – Media – Subjects (2016)

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See detailPeriurban Luxembourg. Definition, Positioning and Discursive Construction of Suburban Spaces at the Border between City and Countryside.
Hesse, Markus

in Reckinger, Rachel; Wille, Christian; Kmec, Sonja; Hesse, Markus (Eds.) Spaces and Identities in Border Regions. Politics – Media – Subjects (2016)

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See detailSpaces: Approaches and Perspectives of Investigation
Wille, Christian; Hesse, Markus

in Wille, Christian; Reckinger, Rachel; Kmec, Sonja; Hesse, Markus (Eds.) Spaces and Identities in Border Regions. Politics – Media – Subjects (2016)

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See detailSelling the region as a hub: the promises, beliefs and contradictions of economic development strategies attracting logistics and flows
Hesse, Markus

in Cidell, Julie; Prytherch, David (Eds.) Transport, Mobility, and the Production of Urban Space (2015)

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Hesse, Markus

in Harrison, John; Hoyler, Michael (Eds.) Megaregions: Globalization’s New Urban Form? (2015)

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See detailWachstum, Innovation, Metropolregionen – ein epistemologischer Turn in der Raumordnungspolitik (1993-2006ff)?
Hesse, Markus

in Strubelt, Wendelin; Briesen, Detlev (Eds.) Raumplanung nach 1945 - Kontinuitäten und Neuanfänge in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (2015)

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See detailJust "Dump and Boring", or Over? Lifecycle-Trajectories, the Credit-Crunch and the Challenge of Suburban Regeneration in the US
Hesse, Markus

in O'Donoghue, Daniel (Ed.) Urban Transformations: Centres, Peripheries and Systems (2014)

See detail”Luxemburg ist das Singapur des Westens" - ein Ausblick
Hesse, Markus

in Wille, Christian; Reckinger, Rachel; Kmec, Sonja; Hesse, Markus (Eds.) Räume und Identitäten in Grenzregionen (2014)

See detailPERIURBANES LUXEMBURG. DEFINITION, POSITIONIERUNG UND DISKURSIVE KONSTRUKTION SUBURBANER RÄUME AN DER GRENZE ZWISCHEN STADT UND LAND
Hesse, Markus

in Wille, Christian; Reckinger, Rachel; Kmec, Sonja; Hesse, Markus (Eds.) Räume und Identitäten in Grenzregionen (2014)

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Wille, Christian; Hesse, Markus

in Wille, Christian; Reckinger, Rachel; Kmec, Sonja; Hesse, Markus (Eds.) Räume und Identitäten in Grenzregionen. Politiken – Medien – Subjekte (2014)

See detailBuilding a Sustainable University from Scratch: Anticipating the Urban, Regional and Planning Dimension of the ‘Cité des Sciences Belval’, in Esch-sur-Alzette and Sanem, Luxembourg
Becker, Tom; Hesse, Markus

in König, Ariane (Ed.) Regenerative Sustainable Development Of Universities And Cities The Role of Living Laboratories (2013)

See detailFreight Distribution Centres, Freight Clusters and Logistics Parks
Hesse, Markus

in Rodrigue, Jean-Paul; Notteboom, Theo; Shaw, Jon (Eds.) The Sage Handbook of Transport (2013)

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Reckinger, Rachel; Boesen, Elisabeth; Wille, Christian; Schnür, Gregor; Hesse, Markus

in Räume und Identitäten in Grenzregionen. Politiken – Medien – Subjekte (2013)

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Becker, Tom; Hesse, Markus

in Schronen, Danielle; Urbé, Robert (Eds.) Nachhaltiges Wohnen (2012)

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Hesse, Markus

in Adam, Brigitte; Sturm, Gabriele (Eds.) Die Attraktivität großer Städte – ökonomisch, demografisch, kulturell (2012)

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Hesse, Markus

in Schenk, Winfried (Ed.) Suburbane Räume als Kulturlandschaften (2012)

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Becker, Tom; Hesse, Markus

in Chilla, Tobias; Schulz, Christian (Eds.) Raumplanung in Luxemburg - Aménagement du Territoire au Luxembourg (2011)

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Hesse, Markus

in Reutlinger, Christian (Ed.) Handbuch Raumwissenschaftliche Basics (2010)

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Hesse, Markus

in Airports in Cities and Regions. Research and Practice (2010)

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Hesse, Markus

in Ausgewählte strategisch bedeutsame Themen für die Arbeit der ARL (2010)

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Hesse, Markus; Rodrigue, Jean-Paul

in Waters, Donald (Ed.) Global Logistics: New Directions in Supply Chain Management (2009)

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Hesse, Markus

in LAMPEN, Angelika; OZWAR, Armin (Eds.) Schrumpfende Städte in historischer Perspektive (2008)

See detailResidential location, mobility and the city: mediating and reproducing social inequity
Hesse, Markus; Scheiner, Joachim

in Mobilities and Inequality (2008)

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Burdack, Joachim; Hesse, Markus

in SCHOLICH, Dietmar (Ed.) German Annual for Spatial Planning and Policy. (2007)

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Endlicher, Wilfried; Langner, Marcel; Hesse, Markus

in LANGNER, Marcel; ENDLICHER, Wilfried (Eds.) Shrinking Cities: Effects on Urban Ecology and Challenges for Urban Development. (2007)

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Hesse, Markus

in BÜRKLIN, Thorsten; KREISL, Peter; PETEREK, Michael (Eds.) Lebensraum Stadtregion. Öffentliche Lebenswelten im Ballungsraum Rhein-Main. (2007)

See detailGlobalized Freight and Logistics - North American Perspectives
Rodrigue, Jean-Paul; Hesse, Markus

in LEINBACH, Thomas R.; CAPINERI, Christina (Eds.) Globalized Freight Transport: Intermodality, E-Commerce, Logistics and Sustainability. (2007)

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Hesse, Markus

in Schöller, O.; Canzler, W.; Knie, A. (Eds.) Handbuch Verkehrspolitik (2006)

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Hesse, Markus

in OSWALT, Philipp; RIENIETS, Tim (Eds.) Atlas der schrumpfenden Städte. (2006)

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Hesse, Markus

in German Cities - Success Beyond Growth? (2006)

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Hesse, Markus

in OSWALT, Philipp (Ed.) Schrumpfende Städte. Handlungskonzepte, 2 (2005)

See detailWohnmilieus, Lebensstile und räumliche Mobilität in ostdeutschen Stadtlandschaften.
Hesse, Markus; Trostorff, Britta

in MAYR, Aloys; MEURER, Manfred; VOGT, Joachim (Eds.) Stadt und Region. Dynamik von Lebenswelten. Tagungsband zum 53. Dt. Geographentag in Leipzig (2002)

See detailMobilität und Verkehr im suburbanen Kontext
Hesse, Markus

in Brake, K.; Dangschat, J.; Herfert, G. (Eds.) Suburbanisierung in Deutschland. Aktuelle Tendenzen (2001)

See detailZentrum und Peripherie in der europäischen Stadt. Der Streit um die urbane Form zwischen Leitbild und Empirie, Wunsch und Wirklichkeit
Hesse, Markus

in RIETDORF, Werner (Ed.) Auslaufmodell Europäische Stadt? Neue Herausforderungen und Fragestellungen am Beginn des 21. Jahrhunderts. (2001)

See detailGüterverkehr, Logistik und Raumentwicklung
Hesse, Markus

in Verkehr in Stadt und Region - Leitbilder, Konzepte, Instrumente. Forschungs- und Sitzungsberichte (FuS), Bd. 211 (2000)

See detailStädte im Binnenland - Vom Marktplatz und Zentrum des Warenumschlags zum logistischen Satelliten?
Hesse, Markus

in BLOTEVOGEL, Hans H.; OSSENBRÜGGE, Jürgen; WOOD, Gerald (Eds.) Lokal verankert – weltweit vernetzt. 52. Deutscher Geographentag Hamburg 1999. Tagungsbericht und wissenschaftliche Abhandlungen. (2000)

See detailZur rechten Zeit am rechten Ort. Vom Anlieferproblem zum theoretischen Konzept der Stadtlogistik.
Deecke, Helmut; Flämig, Heike; Hesse, Markus

in Friedrichs, Jürgen; Hollaender, Kirsten (Eds.) Stadtökologische Forschung. Theorien und Anwendungen. (1999)

See detailZur rechten Zeit am rechten Ort. Vom Anlieferproblem zum theoretischen Konzept der Stadtlogistik.
Deecke, Helmut; FLÄMIG, Heike; Hesse, Markus

in FRIEDRICHS, Jürgen; HOLLAENDER, Kirsten (Eds.) Stadtökologische Forschung. Theorien und Anwendungen. (1999)

See detailGüterverkehr und Logistik. Ein Thema für die Stadt der kurzen Wege?
Hesse, Markus

in Brunsing, J.; Frehn, M. (Eds.) Stadt der kurzen Wege. Zukunftsfähiges Leitbild oder planerische Utopie? (1999)

See detailVerkehr in Deutschland. Strukturwandel und Wachstumsperspektiven
Hesse, Markus

in Buchwald, Konrad; Engelhard, Wolfgang (Eds.) Verkehr und Umwelt. Wege zu einer umwelt-, raum- und sozialverträglichen Mobilität (1999)

See detailNeue Produktionskonzepte und Verkehrsvermeidung. Räumliche Arbeitsteilung und Transport im Zeichen des strukturellen Wandels.
FLÄMIG, Heike; Hesse, Markus

in BOSCH, Gerhard (Ed.) Zukunft der Erwerbsarbeit. Strategien für Arbeit und Umwelt. (1998)

See detailRäumliche Arbeitsteilung und Gütertransport. Der Verkehr im Spiegel von globalen und regionalen Tendenzen.
FLÄMIG, Heike; Hesse, Markus

in KUJATH, Hans Joachim (Ed.) Strategien der regionalen Stabilisierung. Wirtschaftliche und politische Antworten auf die Internationalisierung des Raumes. (1998)

See detailMobilität und Verkehr im Konzept einer nachhaltigen Raumentwicklung
Hesse, Markus

in Akademie für Raumforschung und Landesplanung (Ed.) Nachhaltige Raumentwicklung. Szenarien und Perspektiven für Berlin/Brandenburg. Forschungs- und Sitzungsbericht (FuS) Bd. 205. (1998)

See detailSustainable Mobility
Hesse, Markus; Lehmann, Harry

in Breuste, J.; Feldmann, H.; Uhlmann, O. (Eds.) Urban Ecology (1998)

See detailDas Black-Box-Dilemma. Perspektivwechsel, Systemansatz und raumbezogene Folgenabschätzung als Schlüsselinstrumente einer "Verkehrswende"
Hesse, Markus

in Bechmann, G. (Ed.) Praxisfelder der Technikfolgenforschung: Konzepte, Methoden, Optionen (1996)

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Contributions à des encyclopédies, dictionnaires...

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Hesse, Markus

in Handwörterbuch der Stadt- und Raumentwicklung (in press)

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Hesse, Markus

in Richardson, Doug (Ed.) The International Encyclopaedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology (2015)

See detailDistribution centers / Consolidation depots
Hesse, Markus

in Button, K.; Vega, H.; Nijkamp, P. (Eds.) A Dictionary of Transport Analysis (2010)

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Hesse, Markus

in Button, K.; Vega, H.; Nijkamp, P. (Eds.) A Dictionary of Transport Analysis (2010)

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Hesse, Markus; Rodrigue, Jean-Paul

in KITCHIN, Rob; THRIFT, Nigel (Eds.) International Encyclopedia of Human Geography (2009)

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Colloques et congrès scientifiques – Communication orale non publiée

See detailInternational Hubs as a Factor of Local Development: The case of Luxembourg
Hesse, Markus

Scientific Conference (2012, November 30)

See detailRegionalisation processes as practices of borderisation.
Hesse, Markus; Kmec, Sonja; Wille, Christian; Reckinger, Rachel

Scientific Conference (2012, September 06)

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See detailIntegration vs. fragmentaion: spatial governance for land and mobility (extended abstract)
Hesse, Markus; Carr, Constance

in Hesse, Markus; Caruso, Geoffrey; Gerber, Philippe; Viti, Francesco (Eds.) Proceedings of the BIVEC-GIBET Transport Research Days 2013 (2013, May)

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See detailMobilizing Sustainability, Fixing Competitiveness: An examination of policy mobility Lux-embourg
Carr, Constance; Krueger, Robert; Hesse, Markus; Schulz, Christian

Presentation (2011, November)

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Reicher, Christa; Hesse, Markus

Report (2013)

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Rapports – Autres

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Carr, Constance; Hesse, Markus

Report (2013)

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Carr, Constance; Hesse, Markus; Schulz, Christian

Report (2010)

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Carr, Constance; Hesse, Markus; Schulz, Christian

Report (2010)

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Carr, Constance; Hesse, Markus; Schulz, Christian

Report (2010)

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Hesse, Markus; Kmec, Sonja; Reckinger, Rachel; Wille, Christian

E-print/Working paper (2012)

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See detailThe Competitiveness of Global Port-Cities: the Case of Hamburg
Merk, Olaf; Hesse, Markus

E-print/Working paper (2012)

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Articles grand public

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Hesse, Markus

Article for general public (2016)

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See detailWege aus dem Käfigdilemma. Das Luxemburger Wohnungsproblem, ein Dauerbrenner
Hesse, Markus; Christmann, Nathalie

Article for general public (2016)

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Hesse, Markus

Article for general public (2015)

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Hesse, Markus

Article for general public (2014)

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Hesse, Markus

Article for general public (2014)

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